The CW Cancels ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ After Seven Seasons

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The timeline finally caught up to our favorite bunch of wacky heroes, as The CW has announced that DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has been cancelled after seven seasons. The news follows shortly after the network announced the cancellation of Batwoman, which aired the same night as Legends.

Not only is the news unfortunate because we’ll no longer have our weekly dose of shenanigans, but season 7 ended on quite the cliffhanger. When we last saw the Legends, they had encountered a fixer named Mike (aka Booster Gold), who absconded with the Waverider. He returned a bit later, handcuffed, and surrounded by people ready to do the same to the Legends.

Legends premiered in 2016. While it’s seen its fair share of cast shakeups, the premise remained the same: a group of ragtag superheroes, first gathered by Rip Hunter, set out across time to correct anomalies in history. But their adventures rarely went as planned.

The most recent season starred Caity Lotz, Jes Macallan, Matt Ryan, Tala Ashe, Nick Zano, Lisseth Chavez, Amy Pemberton, Adam Tsekhman, Olivia Swann, and Shayan Sobhian.

All seasons of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow are streaming now on Netflix.

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